2023 Sponsors & Exhibitors

Participating as a Sponsor or Exhibitor provides your organisation with the opportunity to demonstrate your level of support and commitment to the industry and connects your organisation with your target audience.

Attendees include jurisdictional and government agencies, the insurance industry, policy makers, employers, rehabilitation
providers, return to work consultants, practitioners, learning and development managers, researchers, technology partners and
other industry professionals.

Sponsorship Packages

View the sponsorship prospectus and packages available and contact us to discuss a package for your organisation.

Please note that there are only limited sponsorships remaining.

Please note all sponsorships have now sold out for our 2023 event.
For enquiries about our 2024 event, please contact pief@piefconference.com

  • DIAMOND Major Conference Sponsor
  • DIAMOND Awards Gala Dinner Sponsor
  • PLATINUM Awards Outstanding Contribution by Individual or Team Sponsor
  • GOLD Awards Category Sponsor
  • GOLD Conference Keynote Sponsor
  • GOLD Conference & Dinner MC Sponsor
  • GOLD Networking Lounge Sponsor
  • SILVER Conference App Sponsor
  • SILVER Coffee Cart Sponsor
  • SILVER Pocket Program Sponsor
  • SILVER Lunch Break Sponsor
  • OTHER Exhibitor

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2021 Sponsors

The 2021 PIEF Conference wouldn’t be possible without the help of our sponsors.

Thank you to all our 2021 Sponsors & Exhibitors for their support.




WorkCover Queensland


Australian Government Comcare

WorkSafe Victoria

Insurance Commission of Western Australia

Monash University



Return to Work SA

Gallagher Bassett


Employers Mutual Management Pty Ltd

WorkCover Queensland

AP Psychology

DXC Technology


OccPhyz Consulting

Phoenix Occupational Medicine

GUARDIAN Exercise Rehabilitation

JobFit Systems International

The Change Room

3D Mind Solutions

Procensol Appian




Allianz has proudly protected Australians for over 100 years.

Our team of experts in Personal Injury operate across the workers compensation, CTP and life insurance spaces, and aim to make a difference to the personal injury sector, including supporting those injured or in ill health, employers, businesses, and communities.

Allianz Australia Insurance Limited.

ABN 15 000 122 850

QBE Australia is part of the QBE Insurance Group, an international insurer and reinsurer headquartered in Sydney with offices across all states and territories. At QBE we’re driven by our purpose – enabling a more resilient future – and our vision – to be the most consistent and innovative risk partner.

We provide a broad range of insurance products and risk management solutions to personal, business, corporate and institutional customers. From car and home insurance, to tailored business packages and specialist cover for industries such as aviation and farming.  

We don’t simply offer insurance. We’re all about the before and after – helping our customers to protect and prevent against the ‘what ifs’ and being there to support if things go wrong.

ABN 78 003 191 035

Hall & Wilcox is a firm of more than 1000 people nationally, including over 120 partners.

With a history of over 100 years, which started in insurance litigation, we have a deep understanding and commitment to the Australian insurance markets. We are a leading independent business law firm with more than 45 of our partners and close to 230 of our lawyers practicing in insurance with one of the largest workers compensation practices in the country.

We have national capability with a strong local focus. We have offices in Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Canberra, and Darwin.

WorkCover Queensland has been providing workers’ compensation insurance in Queensland for more than 25 years to more than 170,000 businesses.

Supporting Queensland workers and businesses is at the heart of everything we do. From customer service and managing claims, to accessing rehabilitation, and making sure employers have insurance in place to protect their workers.

The most important thing for us is keeping Queenslanders working and we understand everyone’s needs are different. We work with each individual to make sure they get the best outcome for their situation.

The State Insurance Regulatory Authority (SIRA) is the independent regulator of three statutory insurance schemes in NSW – workers compensation, compulsory third party (CTP), and home building compensation.

SIRA’s role is to ensure that these schemes are fair, effective, and affordable for policy holders, and deliver support to people who make a claim now, or in the future.

It aims to achieve financially sustainable schemes, affordable premiums, optimal outcomes for injured people, positive customer experiences, and public trust in SIRA and the schemes it regulates.

ABN 19 241 815 442

At icare, we provide insurance and care services to the businesses, people and communities of NSW. Whether a person is injured in the workplace or on our roads, icare supports their needs and helps them return to health and work. We provide workers compensation insurance to more than 329,000 public and private sector employers in NSW and their 3.2 million employees.

In addition, we insure builders and homeowners, provide treatment and long-term care to people severely injured on our roads, and protect more than $266.6 billion of NSW Government assets, including the Sydney Opera House, the Sydney Harbour Bridge, schools and hospitals.

WorkCover WA is the government agency responsible for managing the Western Australian workers’ compensation and injury management scheme. It is a statutory authority accountable to the Minister for Industrial Relations. The role of WorkCover WA includes:
  • Providing strategic policy advice to government regarding workers’ compensation
  • Regulating workers, employers and service providers and monitoring compliance with the Workers’ Compensation and Injury Management Act 1981 (WA) (the Act)
  • Educating workers, employers and others about workers’ compensation and injury management, and
  • Providing an independent dispute resolution service.
ABN 13 259 027 099

CGU is one of Australia’s leading commercial, rural, personal lines and workers compensation insurers. Our ambition is to be the Insurer of choice and create sustainable value for all.

We offer market-leading products and outstanding service nationally, backed by a 165-year heritage and the financial strength that comes from being part of Australia’s largest insurance parent, Insurance Australia Group (IAG).

We have built our brand around our customers and partners and are committed to provide you with the best possible service.

ABN 11 000 016 722

Comcare is the government regulator, workers’ compensation insurer, claims manager and scheme administrator.

Through our role, we work with employees and other workers, employers, service providers and other organisations to:
• minimise the impact of harm in the workplace
• improve recovery at work and return to work
• promote the health benefits of good work.

We collaborate and partner with other schemes and organisations on research and innovative projects that improve outcomes.

More information about Comcare go to comcare.gov.au or call us on 1300 366 979.

ABN 15 000 122 850

The Transport Accident Commission (TAC) is Victoria’s government-owned, compulsory third-party insurer providing critical support to people impacted by accidents on our roads.

We are driven by our mission to champion road safety and help those injured get their lives back on track by providing the treatment, services and care they need.

Working closely with our road safety partners we aim to halve road deaths by 2030, and ultimately reach zero deaths and injuries by 2050 to become the safest place in the world for road travel.

WorkSafe Victoria plays a critical role in the lives of Victorian employers and workers – as the state’s health and safety regulator and the manager of Victoria’s workers compensation scheme.

In both capacities, employers and workers are at the heart of our service. Our aim is to keep all workplaces healthy and safe, and to deliver high quality care and treatment when workers are injured.

WorkSafe are proud to support the Personal Injury and Disability Management National Conference to help promote and showcase industry best practice.

ABN 90 296 467 627

The Insurance Commission of Western Australia is a statutory corporation and Government Trading Enterprise owned by the Western Australian Government. 

The Insurance Commission provides motor injury insurance for 1.9 million drivers and 3.1 million vehicles in Western Australia and manages the self-insurance arrangements for 133,000 government employees at 111 agencies for workers’ compensation, property and liability insurance.

Last year, we paid $834 million to individuals, service providers and customers for injury, loss and damage claims. We support claimants with their rehabilitation journey and return to work.

The Insurance Commission also funds research and care innovation projects to improve the independence of its clients, their inclusion in the community and reduce costs.

ABN 29 939 126 359

Building futures and protecting what matters – the focus of our company for over 100 years. 

It is based on a strong conviction; we are a sustainable and responsible financial services Group that helps our customers, people, shareholders and communities to prosper.

We offer insurance and banking products and services through some of Australia and New Zealand’s most recognised financial brands.

ABN 47 105 207 172

Sedgwick is a leading global provider of technology-enabled risk, benefits and integrated business solutions.

We have the collective experience and expertise of 30,000 colleagues worldwide, with nearly 700 across Australia.

Sedgwick helps manage insurance claims of all types — working closely with Australia’s leading insurers and brokers, as well as property managers, corporates and government agencies.

As one of the world’s largest providers of workers compensation services, Sedgwick has a team of nearly 5,000 workers compensation and injury management specialists in seven countries — managing a portfolio of more than 35 million claims.

ReturnToWorkSA provides essential support to injured workers to help them return to work and the community. We aim to ensure that early and purposeful action is taken to support workers to realise the health benefits of work.

Our business model is based on face-to-face engagement with our customers and treating practitioners to provide fast, personalised support to help workers recover and return to work and minimise the impact on business.

As Australia’s largest and most trusted multi-line Third Party Claims Administrator, Gallagher Bassett (GB) provides a complete range of claims management and consulting solutions including workers’ compensation, general insurance, self insurance and advisory services.

Drawing on our global network and extensive local resources, we provide customised claim and risk mitigation solutions that improve our clients’ outcomes.

A proud long term supporter of PIEF and recognised expert in personal injury claims management, GB offers clients the ‘best of the best’ in resources, innovation and capability, drawing from our global, national and local experience, providing workers’ compensation, self insurance, return to work and injury management services.


ABN 68 009 778 018

EML is an Australian owned personal injury claims management organisation helping people get their lives back for 110 years. Our team of 4,000+ people is committed to the care of more than 85,000 workers across Australia annually.

Through our Mutual Benefits Program, we invest in innovative products, tools and services designed to improve outcomes for employers, injured workers and the communities we support.

Since 2012 the Mutual Benefits Program has invested over $121M into products, research, and services designed to help employers to address workplace health, safety, and injury management challenges.

ABN 67 000 006 486

DXC Technology supports people when encountering accidents, disease, and natural disasters through our substantial insurance focus, coupled with our innovation and technology. With over 50 years of insurance industry experience, we help insurers digitise the claimant experience.

DXC aims to deliver enhanced capability, performance, and compliance and provide an improved claims management experience for injured workers and their employers. Our dedicated teams help injured workers recover and return to work sooner.

ABN 18 008 476 944

KINNECT is an independent, privately owned rehabilitation provider delivering innovative, tailored solutions of the highest quality to injured people and organisations across Australia. With more than 26 years of experience providing client centred rehabilitation services, we have an intimate understanding of the challenges faced by individuals recovering from injury.

Our passionate teams of Rehabilitation Consultants, with support of our Occupational Physicians, are firm believers in a holistic approach to recovery by providing the right support at the right time. We are committed to our Core Values of Highly Skilled, Happy People, Creating Sustainable Value.

ABN 31 114 691 860

Shoulder injuries are on the rise making up 20% of all serious claims. Surgery is often prescribed however mixed outcomes are common and lower success in WC patients is reported.

The REGENETEN* Bioinductive Implant is an advanced healing solution for biological enhancement and tendon regeneration across all rotator cuff tear types.

The goal of REGENETEN is to stimulate the body’s own natural healing response, induce new tendon-like tissue growth and disrupt rotator cuff disease progression. We are seeing evidence both globally and in Australia that patients and injured workers are benefiting from the biological healing boost Regeneten is giving. The innovation of such biological technology is significantly improving patient outcomes as well as productivity and overall wellbeing.  Pleasingly data shows it is cost effective while sustaining better outcomes over time.


Identifying technologies like Regeneten can be largely impactful to the healthcare sector. Critically evolving best practice treatment while innovating the care pathways to drive cost savings while expanding patient capability into the future.

Talk to us about our education and development plans to reduce the growing cost and societal impact of shoulder injuries in Australia.

mlcoa is the largest provider of independent medical opinions in Australia. Covering every major medical specialty, our team has more than 35 years’ experience in delivering medical assessment services.

Our specialists provide trusted, independent and evidence-based opinions to enable the optimal management of your clients’ medical conditions. This insightful advice helps to inform reliable decision-making around an individual’s rehabilitation, recovery and return to work options.

We have the size and agility to be where you need us most, with permanent consulting suites in each Australian capital city, as well as over 70 key metropolitan and regional locations, and a growing international network.

Comcare is the government regulator, workers’ compensation insurer, claims manager and scheme administrator. Through our role, we work with employees and other workers, employers, service providers and other organisations to:

• minimise the impact of harm in the workplace

• improve recovery at work and return to work

• promote the health benefits of good work

We collaborate and partner with other schemes and organisations on research and innovative projects that improve outcomes.

More information about Comcare go to comcare.gov.au or call us on 1300 366 979.